Skip to main content

1983 Volvo 240 GLT Wagon

Classics  /   /  By Tony Piff

This ’83 Volvo Turbo wears California blue plates and boasts just 92k miles—super low for a 240, considering that the drivetrain on these cars can easily last 300k or 400k miles with regular maintenance. A 4-speed manual (plus overdrive) rounds out the fun-to-drive package.

Turbo cars are fun to drive and tend to get driven hard, but the tidy interior seen here suggests responsible, gentle ownership history. Seeing the brittle plastic door pockets intact is very heartening.The rest of the cosmetics look good, with no obviously missing trim pieces or paint damage. Recent mechanical work includes timing belt and water pump, plus new shocks. The air conditioning has been serviced and reportedly blows cold.

240s are iconic cars that continue to hold their value as functional, quirky drivers.  Over 1,400 1974-1990 Volvo 240s sold on eBay Motors in the past two years, with the best examples averaging $3,900. Turbo Volvo 240s averaged $5,200. This looks like the one to get. See the listing here.

About the Author

Related Posts

The 1967 fastback has a special place in every Mustang guy’s heart.

“People tell me this is the car that GM should have made in the first place,” said the owner.

A juxtaposition of styles makes this bug-p’up truly unique, from the Baja nose to the mushroom-cap...

Comment Using Facebook

comments

Leave a Reply

Be the First to Comment!